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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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When the executioner comes to them, they each have a choice to face their death, something they hadn't done in a long time. Perhaps that why when Death is needed. Humans, ascended, enlightened, or whatever you want to call these beings, were not meant live forever.
December ends the year and begins the year. Ember did the best she could with what little knowledge she had. Interestingly enough, it wasn't until we arrive in the book of her namesake that we 'get it' and that Ember 'gets it'. We look back over the year, the good, the bad, the ugly and we look and say, "There's nothing I can do about it. It's in the past."
As At Calendar's End reaches it's conclusion, I felt as if Lockwood's intention was to tell a story of survival and rejuvenation but through the element of horror. At one point, Ember realizes that being bound to time was just as much as prison as being outside of time. After all, they had lived for countless lives. Yet, when their month rolled around, they all had to be in the same proximity. Keep time going.
This series allows us to be very philosophical. I'm not sure if Lockwood was going for that but it did for me. Maybe because eventually, even time would stop. Stop for everyone and we'll be locked in eternity.